a snare for catching small game.
verb (used with object), springed, springing.
to catch in a springe.
verb (used without object), springed, springing.
to set a springe or springes.
a snare set to catch small wild animals or birds and consisting of a loop attached to a bent twig or branch under tension
(intransitive) to set such a snare
(transitive) to catch (small wild animals or birds) with such a snare
noun 1. any of various woodland wildflowers that appear above ground in early spring, flower and fruit, and die in a short two-month period.
noun 1. vernal equinox. See under equinox. noun 1. the time when the sun crosses the plane of the earth’s equator, making night and day of approximately equal length all over the earth and occurring about March 21 (vernal equinox or spring equinox) and September 22 (autumnal equinox) 2. either of the equinoctial points. noun […]
noun a type of German Christmas cookie flavored with anise and embossed with a design; also called springerle cookie , also written springerle Examples Springerle cookie molds and rolling pins are carved to create a series of small cookies, each with a different design. Word Origin by 1900 Usage Note cooking noun See Springerle
- Springerle cookie
noun See Springerle